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Centre for Progressive Policy 13h
. just published a collection of essays presenting different ways in which can aid solving the housing crisis featuring our work by . Read the full report at and follow the conversation at
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Louise Jun 16
Social housebuilding is at a 70-year low, while the housing crisis is getting steadily worse. We must act now. I’ve signed ’s petition to demand the government we so desperately need. Join me!
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Shelter Jun 9
'Those little primal things like shelter is what we need most.'
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Shelter 18h
BLOG: Land is extremely expensive – especially in the places where new homes are most needed. If we want to , we must look at .
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Ral Parkin Jun 13
The number of social homes being built is at its lowest for 70 years, & we face a chronic lack of housing that people can afford. The housing crisis is becoming worse every year yet...see where service budget is wasted 👇 via
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Gary Beckwith Jun 17
on publicly owned land. to develops so we can build affordable social housing
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emptyhomes 17h
And meanwhile England has over 216,000 long term , total vacants at 634,000 and 252,000 second homes. Homes need residents and residents need homes they can afford. We need action on empty homes and to at scale
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The Right Ethos 13h
2 Campaigns Managers 1.Organising and Strategy 2. Communications & Digital Campaigning f/t, perm - £35,860 Old Street, central London
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Wycombe Homeless Jun 10
"I'm not after my dream home. All I'm asking for is a home that we can live in"
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Chris Wood Jun 17
And 's calls for land reform so that we can for all those who need a stable home. Read all the contributions at
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Polly Neate Jun 16
This morning launches essays on how reform of England’s land market would unlock solutions to the - featuring and more. It’s vital in order to
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The Right Ethos Jun 15
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Chris Wood Jun 15
agrees that successive govts have not built enough council and social housing. To tackle homelessness govt must ensure housing benefit covers rents now, but they must also to invest in our future
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Chris Wood Jun 13
Help to buy is used mainly by people who don't need it, and it drives up house prices. Social housing is guaranteed to be affordable and provide a stable home for people who need it. The government must
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Judy Rose Jun 11
A safe, decent roof over one's head should be a given, but for too many it is a pipe dream. I’ve signed ’s petition to demand the government we so desperately need. Join me!
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Shelter Jun 10
Replying to @Shelter
We need many more social homes to tackle our housing emergency – but they must be of good quality. provides the stability of a permanent home, and the chance for millions of families to lead lives where their children are safe and happy.
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Shelter Jun 10
Replying to @Shelter
3.1 million more social homes could save the country £60billion in benefit costs, and save families like Lauren's years of uncertainty and instability. Read our report: 🏠 
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Claremont Jun 10
Powerful new work by is all over Westminster station
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